Quiz1_301_ - Name _ Date _ Criminalistics I (FRNSC 301)...

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Name ___________________________________________ Date ______________________ Criminalistics I (FRNSC 301) Quiz #1 (75 points maximum) You will have approximately 60 minutes to finish the quiz. Please carefully read each question. Clearly indicate your answers in the multiple-choice questions! Multiple-Choice Questions (3 points each) 1) The pattern below, frequently observed on the rubber soles of some footwear, is called a: a. Chattanooga pattern b. Schallamach pattern c. Scratchamake pattern d. Calendered pattern e. Shakenbake pattern f. Diffraction pattern 2) A stereomicroscope is a: a. Simple microscope b. Compound microscope c. Bifurcated coaxial telescope d. Bifurcated coaxial objective lens e. None of the above 3) Snell’s law is primarily concerned with which electromagnetic property? a. Refraction b. Magnetism c. Diffraction d. Reflection e. Attraction 4) Which of the following equations represents the correct version of Snells’ law? a. n 1 sin θ 2 = 0.5 n 2 sin θ 1 b. ( n 1 / n 2 ) sin θ 2 = ( n 2 / n 1 ) sin θ 1 c. 0.5sin θ 2 = n 2 sin θ 1 d. n 1 sin θ 1 = n 2 sin θ 2 e. None of the above Quiz #1 (FRNSC301) Page 1 of 6
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Name ___________________________________________ Date ______________________ 5) In simple, “ideal” lens theory, when p = q = 2 f , this satisfies the conditions for a: a. Reproduction ratio of 100:1 b. Reproduction ratio of 10:1 c. Reproduction ratio of 1:1 d. Reproduction ratio of 1:10 e. Reproduction ratio of 1:100
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